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|Bug bounty hacker earned $5,000 reporting a Stored XSS flaw in iCloud.com|
|Experts warn of threat actors abusing Google Alerts to deliver unwanted programs|
|FBI warns of the consequences of telephony denial-of-service (TDoS) attacks|
|An attacker was able to siphon audio feeds from multiple Clubhouse rooms|
|Georgetown County has yet to recover from a sophisticated cyber attack|
|NSA Equation Group tool was used by Chinese hackers years before it was leaked online|
|Researchers uncovered a new Malware Builder dubbed APOMacroSploit|
|Ukraine sites suffered massive attacks launched from Russian networks|
|FIN11 cybercrime group is behind recent wave of attacks on FTA servers|
|IBM addressed flaws in Java Runtime, Planning Analytics Workspace, Kenexa LMS|
|NurseryCam daycare cam service shut down after security breach|
|Twitter removes 100 accounts linked to Russia disseminating disinformation|
|VMware addresses a critical RCE issue in vCenter Server|
|A Cryptomining botnet abuses Bitcoin blockchain transactions as C2 backup mechanism|
|Airplane manufacturer Bombardier has disclosed a security breach, data leaked online|
|APT32 state hackers target human rights defenders with spyware|
|Ukraine: nation-state hackers hit government document management system|
|Cisco fixes three critical bugs in ACI Multi-Site Orchestrator, Application Services Engine, and NX-OS|
|Google discloses technical details of Windows CVE-2021-24093 RCE flaw|
|North Korea-linked Lazarus APT targets defense industry with ThreatNeedle backdoor|
|Thousands of VMware Center servers exposed online and potentially vulnerable to CVE-2021-21972 flaw|
|China-linked TA413 group target Tibetan organizations|
|Data Breach: Turkish legal advising company exposed over 15,000 clients|
|Hackers are selling access to Biochemical systems at Oxford University Lab|
|Microsoft releases open-source CodeQL queries to assess Solorigate compromise|
|New Ryuk ransomware implements self-spreading capabilities|
|Experts found a critical authentication bypass flaw in Rockwell Automation software|
|Hotarus Corp gang hacked Ecuadors Ministry of Finance and Banco Pichincha|
|T-Mobile customers were hit with SIM swapping attacks|
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